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  Garren to Retire

Bill Garren, D.C.,
Associate Professor

Associate professor of clinical sciences, William Garren, D.C., will retire from teaching at the end of this quarter after serving the college nearly 30 years. Garren most recently taught Toggle Recoil I and Upper Cervical Contacts classes.

A Sherman alumnus, Garren was a student in the early years of the college’s history and joined the faculty shortly after his graduation in 1977. In addition to teaching, Garren was in practice with long-time colleague Don Thomas, D.C., a former Sherman College technique instructor.

“To say that Dr. Garren’s contribution to the mission of Sherman College has been immense is an understatement,” says Executive Vice President/Provost Myron Brown, D.C. “All one needs do is to consider the numbers of chiropractors who learned their skills from Dr. Garren during his long, productive tenure here at the college, then to consider the thousands of patients each of these practitioners have served, and his impact on the profession begins to become apparent.”

The college will honor Garren at a reception on campus Friday, March 9.